Mason Greenwood found himself in more controversy after a video was released showing Manchester United inhaling nitrous oxide at a party weeks before he was kicked out of Iceland while in service in England.
Photos released by the sun show the 18-year-old filling a balloon with nitrous oxide from a canister before appearing to inhale the substance.
It follows a fortnight of controversy for the teenager after he and Phil Foden were fired from the senior England squad for breaking strict COVID-19 protocols in order to urge Icelandic girls to return to their homes. hotel after making their senior Three Lions debut.
Mason Greenwood was filmed inhaling nitrous oxide weeks before his shame in England
Last week he was sent home from England for inviting Icelandic girls back to his hotel room
Inhaling nitrous oxide, also known as ‘laughing gas’ or ‘hippie crack’, can lead to serious health risks including heart attacks and brain damage, while prolonged use can cause serious health risks. cause memory loss and vitamin deficiency.
The report says the United States ace admitted poor judgment last night and said he had been made aware of the health risks.
A source for the Sun suggested Greenwood inhaled the gas at a Manchester apartment, with the video uploaded by the girl he partied with on Snapchat.
In a statement released by Man United, The Sun claims the youngster said: “I have now been made aware of the health risks associated with this practice – and I accept that even trying it, as these historical images, was a bad judgment on my part.
Foden (left) and Greenwood were sent home after England duty following the breach of protocol
Greenwood and Foden (right) brought two Icelandic girls back to their team hotel with England
The Icelandic girls, one of whom is 20-year-old model Nadia Sif Lindal Gunnarsdottir (pictured), were ushered into the hotel by a member of staff who was paid for their trouble
“I urge others not to follow my example.
“At 18, I’m learning all the time. However, this week I also learned that I will be judged at a higher level because of my career, and I have to respect that in the future.
“I am determined to pay tribute to the confidence shown in me by my manager and my coaches.